About this game
A deadly epidemic has swept through Los Angeles, transforming its residents into ravenous zombies. Bitten and infected yet beyond immune, you embark on a quest to know the truth behind the onslaught of the epidemic and discover what or who you truly are.
- Explore an open world that takes place months after the events of Dead Island and Escape Dead Island.
- Pick your own character from an elite force immune to the zombie virus.
- Create your own gear and utilize them to kill zombies from electric machetes to motorized grinders!
- Enjoy the game with up to 8 friends in seamless zombie multiplayer. Drop in and out of the shared survival adventures.
- Rip off zombie limbs for fun in this massive zombie battleground!
I am impressed with Dead Island 2. The first Dead Island didn’t grab me as much and it was only when I tried the demo at the recent WASD event that it piqued my interest. There is a lot to enjoy about Dead Island 2. It looks stunning graphically, the story – although surreal – is gripping enough and the skill card level progression is refreshing. The combat is the feature that feels familiar and could have been quite dull over time, but Dambuster have introduced many things (such as curveballs) to keep things interesting. Fun solo, but even more enjoyable with a few friends, this long awaited zombie slasher comes recommended.
Featuring a literally jaw dropping, procedural zombie damage system, a diverse and entertaining cast and high production values from start to finish, Dead Island 2 not only manages to live up to the expectations set by its two mainline prequels over a decade ago–it blows them right out of the water.
Dead Island 2 is fantastic. It knows what it is, and that’s a ton of sneakily smart dumb fun. The FLESH system is horrific and awful and the best. Smashing, chopping, burning, and exploding humans has never been so fun. At $70 some may want to wait as it isn’t the longest campaign. I’m already doing a second playthrough though, and this is a game I’ll be coming back to for a long time.
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